The Real Housewives of Bohemia is Becca Klaver (a poet and English PhD) and Lauren Besser (a writer and UCB performer). They live in the real world with cars and houses and time.
Their podcast is about giggling, girl bands, witchcraft, nostalgia, mixtapes, invisible riots, rainbows, and the dismantling of patriarchy.
Grab some sparkle, sign the blood oath and come down to our feminist bunker to party!
Ep. 67 - Sanctuary Sanitarium Studio
Last cast from the studio during pandemic times // RIP Bohemia Viva Bohemia
Ep. 66 - The Life and Death of Luke Perry
The Obama era. When did you become a woman. Betrayal. Getting ready for the world. Generation Crush Catalano.
Ep. 65 - Summer Kickoff Jamboree
Summertime Sadness / Summertime Gladness. Sheela. Lady Bird. James Franco. NYC soundbytes. Astro-Luv all over this piece.
Ep. 64 - Never Heard of Him
Chunks and breaks. Vlogging. You better (be able to) run. No heels. I already hate everybody. Lady Bird. Gwyneth and Goop. Burn it down, for now and for always.
Ep. 63 - Everybody Is a Poet
A season has passed. New York and Tennessee. It's all part of the therapy. Instagram poetry. Who's a poet? James Franco touched Shawn.
Ep. 62 - Mansplaining Bohemia with Our Lawyers and One Random Guy We Know
"Mansplaining Bohemia" Game Show and/or Spiritual Journey. bohemia &vs. housewifery. St. Teresa. James Franco. Interviewing for a new producer.
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Come for the boho sisterhood, stay for the stew pot
I started my day with one episode, and hope to do the same many times over. Good witchy fun.
This is some of the sharpest, freshest audio content out there. A must-listen for everyone, especially if you are a frequent podcast listener. The production is refreshingly minimalist; Lauren and Becca instantly come alive as both hosts and real people. Real Housewives of Bohemia treats the intersection of feminism and everyday life like nothing else out there. In the way The Read advances pop cultural conversations about racial politics, Real Housewives of Bohemia advances our conversations about gender politics. A must-listen if you think the personal is political, i.e. if you have a pulse.
Very funny and right on the money. I want more!